SNAPS: New Chrysler 300 Sedan Hauls Class

Posted on August 15, 2016

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Once referred to as a "Baby Bentley," the Chrysler 300 has certainly come into its own and is no longer viewed as the poor man's copy of the definitively British, hoity-toity automobile. Can the luxurious and boldly American-made 300, with its sports-like styling, snatch just as many finger snaps as a Bentley?

The full-sized family sedan that mixes swag with refinement has an exterior look that's on fleek: squared-off profile, aggressive stance, tasteful chrome touches, sculpted curves, dramatic trapezoidal mesh grille (enhanced by the signature floating wing), distinctive front and rear fascias, and sexy bifunctional projector headlamps.

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Related Topics: Chrysler 300, Fleet Vehicles, sedans, Vehicle Reviews

Comments ( 1 )
  • Anthony

     | about 4 years ago

    Who ever called it a baby bentley is completely wrong. This chrysler 300 is not luxury vehicle. Even if you like it as an owner, do your self a favor and dont make a mistake buying this vehicle for your fleet. Plenty of companies that purchased this vehicle only to add to their work sheets "dont send chrysler 300" Thats the reality sorry if i offend anyone, just trying to help anyone from making a mistake

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